Stacy A Ogbeide, PSYD, ABPP, CSOWM
Associate Professor/Clinical and Assistant Dean for Faculty - LSOM
Director of Behavioral Health Education, Family Medicine Residency
Primary Care Track Coordinator, Psychology Internship
- 2014 - Postdoctoral Fellowship - Integrated Primary Care Psychology - Salud Family Health Centers
- 2013 - Internship - Clinical Psychology - Mercy Hospital Springfield - Marian Center
- 2013 - PsyD - Clinical Psychology (Primary Care and Pain Mgmt Focus) - Forest Institute of Professional Psychology
- 2008 - MS - Wellness Management - Health Studies - University of Central Oklahoma
- 2006 - BA - Spanish, Biology, Psychology - Wittenberg University
- 01/2018-present - Lecturer - University of Texas San Antonio, Department of Counseling, San Antonio
- 11/2016-present - Adjunct Instructor - Our Lady of the Lake University, Department of Psychology, San Antonio
- 9/2015-8/2019 - Assistant Professor/Clinical - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Family & Community Medicine, San Antonio
- 8/2019-present - Associate Professor/Clinical - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Family & Community Medicine, San Antonio
Instruction & Training
- 01/2018-present, Course Director for the continuing education course titled: Brief Motivational Interviewing: Tools for Clinical Practice, Center for Lifelong Learning, School of Nursing, UT Health San Antonio. Recipients: Nurses and Social Workers
Research & Grants
Funding Agency Health Resources and Services Administration Title HRSA Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training (BHWET) Program Status Active Period 9/2017 - 9/2021 Role Co-Investigator Grant Detail The Department of Counseling at University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and UTHealth San Antonio are collaborating under the HRSA Behavioral Health Workforce and Education grant to offer specialized training and internship placements in integrated primary care. The Program for the Integrated Training for Counselors in Behavioral Healthcare (PITCH) was designed to train clinical mental health counselors to provide services to rural, vulnerable, and/or medically underserved communities surrounding the San Antonio area.
Funding Agency American Psychological Foundation Title American Psychological Foundation Status Complete Period 7/2017 - 6/2018 Role Principal Investigator Grant Detail The American Psychological Foundation (APF) and the National Register of Health Service Psychologists provide a $10,000 grant to fund new internship position through the Internship Partnership Fund. This grant, which is funded through the APF/National Register Internship Partnership Fund, are intended to help APA- and CPA-accredited internship sites offer additional internship placements, thereby helping to close the internship gap.
Funding Agency Texas Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Title Texas Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Status Complete Period 8/2016 - 8/2017 Role Co-Investigator Grant Detail In this study, we aimed to understand demographic, psychological, environmental, behavioral, and work-place characteristics that impact physician wellness and burnout, focusing on family medicine physicians and family medicine residents in Texas. This study is the first attempt to understand factors that are related to risk of burnout and investigate protective elements that can enhance physician wellness in Texas.
Funding Agency University Health Foundation Title University Health Foundation Status Complete Period 11/2016 - 6/2017 Role Principal Investigator Grant Detail Project title: To go or not go? Likelihood of specialty mental health treatment for patients receiving care within then Primary Care Behavioral Health consultation model
Aim: The purpose of this project was to determine patient satisfaction with behavioral health consultation (BHC) visits that take place within the context of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) consultation model. Patient likelihood to seek out specialty mental health care services if behavioral health consultation services were not provided was also examined.Results show that 61% of the patients in the low-income primary care clinic would not attend a specialty mental health appointment. This project demonstrates how the PCBH model is a patient-centered approach to care and reaches populations that otherwise may not receive behavioral health services.
Funding Agency Texas Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Title Texas Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Research Grant Status Complete Period 3/2016 - 3/2017 Role Co-Principal Investigator Grant Detail Texas Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Research Grant
Project: Program evaluation of enhancing integrated behavioral health in primary care within a Federally-Qualified Health Center in East Houston, Texas.
Aim: The objective of this project was to determine current level of behavioral health integration and impact of behavioral health services within the primary care patient population. The primary care clinic in this pilot score the lowest on the Practice Integration Profile (PIP; a tool to measure level of behavioral health integration in primary care) in: Integration Methods/Shared Care Plans, which indicates a greater need for the medical and behavioral health providers to interact more often (to become a standard of practice) in daily patient care activities. The primary care clinic was encouraged to use a quality improvement measurement method (e.g., PDSA) to establish what changes will be made in order to make improvements to this area of the PIP. The clinic was also encouraged to re-take the PIP at least 12 months after changes are implemented to measure progress.
Funding Agency American Academy of Family Physicians Title ROAR: Reflecting on Abusive Relationships Status Complete Period 1/2016 - 12/2016 Role Co-Investigator Grant Detail AIM. We proposed a pilot study that offers abused women weekly brief counseling sessions with a narrative approach, assigns daily reports for 8 weeks to promote mindfulness, and provides referrals for additional assistance. This study will determine feasibility of this intervention, while calculating changes in health outcomes and
decision-making over 8 weeks.
Ogbeide, S. (2020, November). “A Mindful Heart:” Stress management tools for patients living with Heart Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease. The Kidney Citizen, 12, 8-9. https://www.dpcedcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/issue-12-nov-2020...
Ogbeide, S. (2020, November). Social capital and mentorship: Tools from the precipice for early career professionals. The Health Psychologist, https://div38healthpsychologist.com/2020/11/20/social-capital-and-mentor...
Ogbeide, S., Young, A., Houston, B., & Knight, C. (2020). Treating Post-traumatic Stress Disorder with a Prolonged Exposure protocol within Primary Care Behavioral Health: A case example. Journal of Clinical Psychology is Medical Settings. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10880-020-09747-z
Lloyd-Hazlett, J., Knight, C., Ogbeide, S., Trepal, H., & Blessing, N. (2020). Strengthening the Behavioral Health Workforce: Spotlight on PITCH. The Professional Counselor, 10(3), 306-317. doi: 10.15241/jlh.10.3.306
Kanzler, K. E., & Ogbeide, S. (2020). Addressing trauma and stress in the COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and the promise of integrated primary care. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000761
Zubatsky M., Williams-Reade J., Bayona J., Mendenhall T.J., Ogbeide S., Wong A.G. (2020). Professional Perspectives of the ‘Self’ in Their Journey Through Medicine. In: Zubatsky M., Williams-Reade J. (eds). Self of the Therapist in Medical Settings. AFTA SpringerBriefs in Family Therapy. Springer, Cham. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-39271-0_7
Pederson, C. L., & Ogbeide, S. A. (2019) Diagnosing and Caring for Patients with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome in Primary Care. Journal of Health Science Education, 3(4), 1-4. doi: 10.0000/JHSE.1000167
Datta, P., & Ogbeide, S. A. (2019). Managing chronic kidney disease: Considerations for behavioral health intervention in primary care. Practice Innovations. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pri0000101
Buck, K., Williamson, M., Ogbeide, S. & Norberg, B. (2019, July 2). Family Physician Burnout and Resilience: A Cross-Sectional Analysis. Family Medicine, Online First, doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2019.424025
Ogbeide, S. (2018, December). One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Applying Flexibility to the Primary Care Behavioral Health Model with Transient Populations. Harvard Public Health Review, 20, 1-5. Link: http://harvardpublichealthreview.org/drstacyo/
Turner, B., & Ogbeide, S. (2018, November). Self-Management for Chronic Pain in Primary Care: A Multimodal approach may meet a multitude of needs. Practical Pain Management, 18(9), 45-50.
Darnall, B, et al. (Ogbeide, S.; 2018, November). International Stakeholder Community of Pain Experts and Leaders Call for an Urgent Action on Forced Opioid Tapering. Pain Medicine, pny228, https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pny228
Ogbeide, S. A., Landoll, R. R., Nielsen, M. K., & Kanzler, K. E. (2018, October 11). To go or not go: Patient preference in seeking specialty mental health versus behavioral consultation within the Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultation Model. Families, Systems, & Health. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fsh0000374
Ogbeide, S. (2018, July 19). An exploratory pilot of “A Mindful Heart”: A group-cased approach for stress management in primary care. Practice Innovations. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pri0000072
Bauman, D., Beachy, B, & Ogbeide, S. A. (2018). Stepped care and behavioral approaches for diabetes management in integrated primary care. In W. O’Donahue & A. Maragakis (Eds), Principle-based stepped care and brief psychotherapy for integrated care settings. New York, NY: Springer Science, Business Media, LLC. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-70539-2_15
Ogbeide, S. A. (2017). Review of Integrated behavioral health in primary care: Step-by-step guidance for assessment and intervention (Second edition). [Review of the book Integrated behavioral health in primary care: Step-by-step guidance for assessment and intervention (Second edition). C. L. Hunter, J. L. Goodie, M. S. Oordt & A. C. Dobmeyer]. Families, Systems, & Health, 35(3), 391. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fsh0000275
Runyan, C., Carter-Henry, S., & Ogbeide, S. A. (2017). Ethical challenges unique to the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Model. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. Advance online publication. doi:10.1007/s10880-017-9502-2.
Stermensky G, & Ogbeide, S. (2017) Rural provider attitudes toward the use of social media for patient engagement and retention: A brief report. International Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 6(6). doi: 10.15406/ijcam.2017.06.00207
Ogbeide, S. (2017, Jan/Feb.). Integrated care offers opportunities for ECPs. The National Psychologist, 26(1).
Ogbeide, S., Stermensky, G., II, & Rolin, S. (2016, May 16). Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health for the Rural Older Adult. Practice Innovations. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pri0000022
Ogbeide, S. A., & Fitch-Martin, A. (2016). Cancer pain management: Implications for Psychologists. Psychology, Community, & Health, 5 (1), 61-79. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5964/pch.v5i1.144
Ogbeide, S. A., & Neumann, C. A. (2015). Sleep and the social matrix: Determinants of health status beyond objective social status. Psychology, Community, & Health, 4(1), 39-52. doi:10.5964/pch.v4i1.107
Ogbeide, S. A. (2014, Spring). Social isolation and incontinence: The impact of problem-solving therapy on activity levels in older adults. The New Journal of Geriatric Care Management.
Ogbeide, S. A., Bauman, D., Beachy, B., Neuhaus, C., & Leftwich, M. (2013). The non-physician clinician experience: Attitudes towards communication and collaborative care. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 18(1), 20-26.
Ogbeide, S. A. (2011). Motivational interviewing with older adults: Enhancing health behavior change. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 46(3), 37-40.
Ogbeide, S. A., & Neumann, C. A. (2011). Knowledge of late life depression and aging among a sample of primary care nonphysician clinicians. American Journal of Psychological Research, 7(1), 19-30.
Ogbeide, S. A., Neumann, C. A., Sandoval, B. E., & Rudebock, C. D. (2010). Gender differences between body weight and psychological well-being during young adulthood: A brief report. New School Psychology Bulletin, 8(1), 41-46.
Ogbeide, S. A., Sorocco, K. H., & Neumann, C. A. (2009). Experiential learning and aging attitudes: A pilot study. Psychologists in Long Term Care Fall Newsletter, 23(3), 5-6.
Ogbeide, S. A. (2009). Ethical issues in survey research. Eye on Psi Chi, 14(1), 30-33.
- American Board of Clinical Health Psychology - ABPP
- Board Certified Specialist in Obesity and Weight Management (CSOWM) - Commission on Dietetic Registration
- Dr. Ogbeide featured on News4 San Antonio discussing importance of ethnic minority representation in COVID-19 vaccine trials
- Dr. Ogbeide featured in Health Focus discussing how mindfulness can improve overall health
- Dr. Ogbeide featured in Health Focus discussing social circles during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Dr. Ogbeide featured on the “Chronic” podcast (Aug. 24, 2020) talking about Chronic Pain
- Dr. Ogbeide featured in the San Antonio Express-News discussing impact of social media on coping with infertility (Aug. 14, 2020
- Dr. Ogbeide featured on Texas Public Radio’s podcast: Petrie Dish (Aug. 10, 2020 episode - scroll to minute marker 5)